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Netflix, Facebook, Alphabet, Twitter, Disney, and more tech and consumer stocks will move Monday to a new S&P sector called communications services. [Read More]
Walmart is the subject of a class action lawsuit alleging pregnancy discrimination among warehouse workers, filed by the EEOC on Friday... [Read More]
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Taylor Gourmet's owner meeting President Donald Trump reportedly led to the hoagie chain closing all stores. [Read More]
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From Stormy Daniels to Robert Mueller, here's updated news on every major lawsuit, investigation, and potential charge facing Donald Trump. [Read More]
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Disney CEO Bob Iger said that the Star Wars films were released "too fast." [Read More]
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Alcohol abuse mostly kills men, mostly in Europe and the Americas. [Read More]
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BMW calls it "shy technology" [Read More]
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PayPal has terminated its contract with Infowars, the conspiracy site led by the controversial provocateur Alex Jones. [Read More]
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Tim Sloan is widely credited by analysts for taking tough steps in his nearly two years atop the firm to overhaul it. [Read More]
The pizza chain wants to distance itself from its founder. [Read More]
On paper at least. [Read More]
The Senate Majority Leader's statement seems to dismiss Christine Blasey Ford's testimony before it's even occurred. [Read More]
The dating app for the LGBTQ+ community is cracking down on racist speech and bullying on the platform. [Read More]
Cyrus' tears were reportedly shed over her recent breakup with Lil Xan. [Read More]
Washington targeted China's military for buying weapons from Russia. [Read More]
Oktoberfest beer prices in Munich, Germany haven't seen such a steep increase in price since 2012. [Read More]
The eBay@Home program is expected to create 120 jobs in the U.S. by the end of the year. [Read More]
Faster, cheaper Internet for at least half of the country. [Read More]
T-Mobile and Sprint told regulators that if their merger is approved they would provide much-needed competition to the cable industry. [Read More]
Tilray Inc. is in a tailspin. [Read More]
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